The Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff, Live the Big Stuff Podcast brings you Episode 226: Heart to Heart Connection Series: Strategies and Tools to Practice
In this new Heart to Heart Connection Series on the Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: Live the Big Stuff podcast, we’ve been learning all about what it means to connect to our hearts and how to effectively have those difficult conversations that we all need to have from time-to-time.
When we approach these tough conversations from a heart-centered space, we can access our greatest, most compassionate self. Whether it’s with a colleague, a family member, or your online network, the person on the other end will really be able to feel your heartfelt intention and vulnerability. By connecting to your heart first, you then establish closeness with the other person, which helps you both achieve your desired result of having the conversation.
To help you put these ideas into practice, Kristine shares the tried-and-true strategies and tools to practice from the Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff series that you can implement to practice heart to heart connection. Because, as mindfulness expert Dr. Shauna Shapiro says, “What you practice grows stronger!”
Listen in and learn how to create more loving, intimate connections in your personal relationships, at work, and online. It will really help you navigate all of your relationships with grace and ease during these turbulent times!
For more helpful resources like this, be sure to check out our new Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff Happiness Training Courses by going here. In these courses, you’ll learn the strategies and tried-and-true tools on how to reduce anxiety and live a happier life from the Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff series – with over 30 million books sold!
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